Richard Simmons was admitted to a California hospital for what his manager called "severed indigestion." "Richard Simmons was hospitalized on Monday at an undisclosed location in California," said Michael Catalano, as reported by The Hollywood Reporter. "After a few days of battling severe indigestion and discomfort while eating, we agreed it was best for him to seek treatment." Catalano added that the 68-year-old is "already feeling better and is expected to make a full recovery." The fitness icon has been stirring headlines lately for his disappearance, which occurred in 2014.
Indigestion is the worst, and for those of you who've never experienced it, consider yourself lucky. The recurring condition is characterized by a feeling of abdominal pain or burning in the stomach shortly after eating. For instant relief from the painful sensation, there are a number of home remedies known to be quite helpful.
Are you someone who takes indigestion pills too often? If yes, then you might want to take a moment to think it through before prolonging its use, because it can cause an early death. A study released Monday states taking common heartburn and indigestion medication could increase the risk of death. Researchers found that people who take proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), common drugs used to treat heartburn, are 25 percent more likely to die in the next six years than those who use an alternative treatment, called H2 blockers. "We saw a small excess risk of dying that could be attributed to the PPI drug, and the risk increased the longer they took them," said Ziyad Al-Aly, an epidemiologist from the University of Washington and co-author of the study.
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